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eBook Introduction to Japanese Reading Skills ePub

by J. Tomioka,S. Takaoka

  • ISBN: 4872340736
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  • Author: J. Tomioka,S. Takaoka
  • Language: Japanese
  • Publisher: ALC Press Japanese Textbook Series (1991)
  • ePub book: 1581 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1577 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 170


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Format: Tankobon Hardcover. ISBN13: 9784872340730. Release Date: January 1991. Publisher: ALC Press Japanese Textbook Series. Weight: . 3 lbs. You Might Also Enjoy.

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Murakami’s short stories are a wonderful introduction to Japanese literature, as they aren’t too lengthy.

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Very usefull, has a lot of readings and they explain the grammar used and the vocabulary, easy to read and challenging, I found new usages every time I use it :)
I completed the Minna No Nihongo I & II Textbook Series at Berlitz. They attempted to move me to an intermediate level proprietary Berlitz Japanese textbook but it was extremely difficult for me. They finally choose this book and it was the perfect fit. I was able to read through the initial chapters but noticed the continual improvement as I progressed. From my recognition of the grammar patterns that I previous learned and now saw in context, to the new vocabulary (with more and more Kanji each chapter) to the longer passages, this has been an excellent training aid to get me solidly into the Intermediate Japanese levels. The only issue is that I wish all of the Kanji had furigana for pronunciation plus definitions. A glossary or better yet those items in the vocab section of each passage would have made this product perfect. Hopefully, the next in the series will be as effective as this one.